"Predicting the size of droplets produced through Laplace pressure induced snap-off"
S Barkley, SJ Scarfe, ER Weeks, and K Dalnoki-Veress, Soft Matter 12, 7398 (2016)

Laplace pressure driven snap-off is a technique that is used to produce droplets for emulsions and microfluidics purposes. Previous predictions of droplet size have assumed a quasi-equilibrium low flow limit. We present a simple model to predict droplet sizes over a wide range of flow rates, demonstrating a rich landscape of droplet stability depending on droplet size and growth rate. The model accounts for the easily adjusted experimental parameters of geometry, interfacial tension, and the viscosities of both phases.